I've been doing some searching and I've found some information that seems to suggest that magnets exert a slightly higher attractive force than their repulsive force, when dealing with two identical magnets. For example, two magnets placed N to S would exert more force on each other (attractive) than the same magnets placed N to N or S to S (repulsive) at the same distance of separation. The difference is supposedly very slight, and decreasing as distance increase. Can anyone confirm this?
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